One of my highlights of our Mallorca holiday was visiting beautiful Alcúdia Old Town. It was such a peaceful and quiet place in comparison to the busy beach, with gorgeous terracotta buildings and interesting old doors and windows. We walked there from Puerto Alcúdia, which took us around half an hour – but there are also buses.
The Old Town that is very well preserved is surrounded by a 14-century wall that you can apparently climb up on and follow almost all around the town. Didn’t see anyone doing that though…The oldest houses date back all the way to the 13th century and I wish I could’ve peeked into a few of them, but all doors and shutters were closed as it was siesta time.
We wandered around taking photos and ended up having a delicious lunch at one of the many cute restaurants whilst Lana ran around on the square next to it. I wish we could’ve visited in the evening as well as I bet Old Alcúdia turns into a very romantic place. Anyway, here’s a whole bunch of photos from this historic little town.
Pretty isn’t it?!
x Nina x